“Shape the Future”: St Patrick’s College invites students to participate in National Student Survey 2018
3 April 2018
For the second consecutive year, St Patrick’s College is taking part in the National Student Survey (NSS), a nationwide event that gives students the opportunity to share feedback on their institution.
The NSS aims to gather students’ opinions on their institution, providing insights that will help the college improve. With questions regarding the quality of teaching, support received throughout studies and their overall experience, the results of the survey will benefit current and future students, and aid the institution’s development.
Until Monday 30 April 2018, students eligible to take part in the survey will find a dedicated space in Room 111, set up by the St Patrick’s Student Support Team. In this space, students will have an NSS hub to get more information about the survey to complete the questionnaire on the computers provided.
Students will be able to access the NSS hub Monday to Friday, from 12pm to 2.30pm. Participation in the survey is open to all students in their final year and is voluntary.
Rod Brazier, Vice Principal at St Patrick’s College, said: “The National Student Survey is a great opportunity for our students to voice their opinions. We want them to have all the time and space needed to make the most of it. The findings that the NSS offers will be important for St Patrick’s College and our students as it gives us valuable opportunities to listen to the student voice and to ascertain how we can improve their experience.”
“We’d like to get as many students as possible to take part. Our goal is to make them aware that they are part of a larger student body and that their opinion matters to us and to future students.”
The National Student Survey will close on Monday 30th April, 2018. Visit the official website now to take the survey!Back to News